Wesleyan Humanist Organization hosts student debates

The Wesleyan Humanist Organization is holding academic debates this month, and the winner will be named Speaker of Wesleyan. The goal of the debates, which run through Nov. 10 and are being held in the Ella C. McFadden Science Center, is to break down the barriers between international and domestic students, said organization President Nasrullah … More Wesleyan Humanist Organization hosts student debates

Security shares safety tips for Halloween

Texas Wesleyan has already started celebrating Halloween, and the university’s security personnel are ready to handle anything the celebrations of all things spooky and ghostly may bring. Chris Beckrich, Wesleyan’s director of security, said security will be the university’s top priority as students celebrate in dorms, such as Stellaween, and around the campus. “We will … More Security shares safety tips for Halloween

Slabach says new student center will be the “center point” of campus life

Texas Wesleyan University President Frederick Slabach said Tuesday that the 2020 Vision plan is ahead of schedule, and more than half of the money needed for the new student center has been raised. Speaking during free period at the Baker Building, Slabach said the Nicholas and Louella Martin University Center will cost $20 million and … More Slabach says new student center will be the “center point” of campus life

PUMC’s Open Table provides free meals on Sunday

Polytechnic United Methodist Church is now providing free home-cooked meals to Texas Wesleyan students, faculty, staff and families on Sundays. The meals are served every Sunday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Bragan Hall and include such dishes as spaghetti and meatballs, chicken teriyaki and hearty casseroles, according to Brendan Peoples, who works with … More PUMC’s Open Table provides free meals on Sunday